Hans Otte, Klanghaus, (1989/1991)
Exhibition Zentrum | 05.12.2006 - 11.02.2007

Hans Otte

Artist’s Publications and Scores
Hans Otte is one of the most well-known composers of New Music in the world and counts among the most important musical protagonists in Bremen. His compositions, such as The Book of Sounds (1979–82) or the Book of Hours (1991–98) are performed throughout the world; he wrote history with his festival and broadcasting series pro musica nova at Radio Bremen. [more...]
Exhibition Zentrum | 30.06.2006 EXTENDED TIL 07.01.2007

Stanley Brouwn

Stanley Brouwn, one of the most important representatives of the Fluxus movement and Conceptual Art, is, in the truest sense of the word, one of the most forceful and inaccessible artist personalities. He does not want his art written about, neither does he want any photographs taken of himself. What is known about him is that he was born in 1935 in Surinam, has lived in Amsterdam since 1957, and for many years taught as a professor at the Kunstakademie Hamburg.[more...]
Exhibition Zentrum | 02.04.2006 - 11.06.2006

Archive Slivers: Art

On the occasion of nationwide Archive Day, the Arbeitskreis Bremer Archive is presenting itself for the second time in a joint exhibition. Exhibits were selected that in a narrow or broad sense are related to art. The spectrum ranges from urban district-related to international aspects, encompasses, among other things, documentations on church windows, murals, performance art, pop records, and artist’s publications. Concomitant to the exhibition, the individual archives will introduce themselves in guided tours, lectures, and other events and thus afford visitors insight into Bremen’s multifaceted archive landscape.[more...]
Wolfgang Tillmans, Soldiers, Köln 1999 (Cover)
Exhibition Zentrum | 08.01.2006 - 19.03.2006

Die 90er

From the Artist’s Book to the CD-ROM
The closing years of the twentieth century were marked by economic, social, and cultural changes that announced themselves as early as the mid-eighties. Not only does the founding of numerous new museums of contemporary art or the pervasiveness of the World Wide Web testify to this, but also printed artistic materials now being published in glossy and in part voluminous and elaborate artist’s books. The best example is the artist’s book I want to spend the rest of my life everywhere, with . . . by Damien Hirst (1998).[more...]